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You’ve been shopping all morning. The bags are getting heavier and heavier in your hands – and there’s still more to buy, it’s the sales after all. It’s time for a pitstop! So, where are you going to go for lunch?

We’ve picked our top 5 favourite lunch spots that come in under £20 – so you can feel rested and ready to take on the shops.

 

DF/MEXICO

Warm up this winter with a little taste of south America – at an even tastier price! At DF/Mexico most burritos and fries come in at £10, so that’s lunch for £20 for two people. Throw in an extra few quid for a can of coke or two.

We’re always crushing on the PORK PIBIL tacos – Pulled pork. Achiote & citrus marinade. Sour cream. Pink pickled onions. Delicious.

BONE DADDIES

Just a little hop, skip and jump away from Bond Street station is St Christopher’s Place, a little nest of great eateries! Bone Daddies Ramen Bar is a tasty spot, perfect for planning your shopping trip, having a quick bite, and getting a little messy with some ramen. If you don’t fancy donning a bib, the Poke bowls are a neater dish – and come in at around £9 each!

We’re loving the Salmon Poke with Chilli Lime Soy, Shiso, Edamame and Pickled Beetroot.

ICCO

There’s plenty of places to get pizza in London. Endless spots around Oxford Street. But how often can you find a whole pizza for under £5?

Welcome to ICCO! It’s quick and easy – and always comes in at a stellar price. We’ve frequently tested the Primavera for quality control (obviously) and we can confirm this tuna and sweetcorn pizza is worth the walk through Charlotte Street.

THE MAC FACTORY

Right in the heart of it all, you can find The Mac Factory. At the back of Debenhams, this Mac and Cheese spot is perfect for a really quick energy boost before you carry on shopping.

We recommend going back to basics with the Nostalgic Mac featuring cheddar, Parmesan and thyme crumble, made with Sourdough, and of course oven baked to dehydrate and crisp up to perfection.

FIVE GUYS

 

Everybody loves a Five Guys. That dank burger and what seems like an endless pit of fries (even though you only ordered a small portion) is the perfect solution to shopping-induced hanger. Get yourself down Argyll Street, into Five Guys and order every single possible filling you can. Because it comes at no extra cost. Happy Burgering.

So, if your shopping Oxford Street – head to one of these spots to get your foodie fix!